I wonder if anyone could help?
I'm currently doing some pension scheme accounts for a client where the sponsoring employer is in the process of being liquididated.
The scheme has two beneficiaries who are the two directors.
There are no amounts owing or due from the sponsoring employer.
The scheme assets are made up of fund protfolios and a property which is rented to an unconnected party.
Knowledge of pension scheme protocol isn't the best - do we need to report anything regarding the sponsoring employer?
Many thanks in advance.
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